Shopping seasonal color trends is a great way to refresh and update your wardrobe. It's undeniable that color has mood-altering effects and can instantly transform an outfit from blah to brilliant. Instead of turning to your trusty black ensemble, opt for these autumn colors. Designers lean heavily on color for newness, and you'll see this represented all over the runways.
We love fall colors! Clothing in neutrals is in high demand this season. For fall 2020, browns and beiges reign supreme and are timeless and versatile. Neutrals can be worn in a head-to-toe monochrome look or incorporated with pops of unique color to make you stand out. Don't be afraid to mix unexpected color combinations and have fun with your wardrobe. From new neutrals to rich burgundies and pops of happy green, explore the fall 2020 color trends you should be wearing below.
The Brown Age
Brown is undoubtedly the color of the season and the must-have fall fashion color. This warm, luxurious color range provides a new foundation for your fall wardrobe and makes a subtle yet stylish statement. Consider opting for rich shades of brown rather than the traditional black that you may often gravitate toward. Try brown in a built-up utility boot, leather shirtdress or fuzzy shearling moto jacket. These deep shades also look beautiful when mixed with hints of rust, tan, burgundy and black.
Nudes & Camels
With minimalism on the rise, neutrals dominate in calming shades. Less is more this season! These nudes and camels are subdued and feminine with a beautiful pink undertone. Neutral colors look best in luxe textures such as silk, suede, wool and leather. Try them in your everyday pieces: a suede moto jacket, cozy oversized sweater and button-up blouse. Upgrade your everyday boot to a neutral croc-embossed bootie. Whether you pair your camels and nudes with other similar tonal shades or with more saturated alternatives, they're easy to work into your fall wardrobe. Don't be afraid to incorporate prints, like a floral silk cami dress that feels ultrafeminine. Beige is anything but boring!
The vibrant reds we saw in previous seasons deepen into pigmented burgundy and bold bordeaux shades. Try this color head to toe in a tweed coat over a knit sweater and skirt matched set. Mixing hues and textures helps achieve the perfect monochromatic look. Burgundy is also an easy go-to color update for your accessories, like a snake-print crossbody bag. Think of deep red as a core neutral in your ensemble and embrace this timeless color.
Green is gaining traction, perhaps because of the optimistic and hopeful feelings the shade evokes. This expansive color trend offers yellow-tinged, vegetal and olive ranges. Strange greens are unexpected but surprisingly easy to pair back to neutrals such as black or brown. Opt for a practical cargo pant and a top-handle bag in a deeper tone. Or go bold with a knit in daring chartreuse to add a unique touch to your fall wardrobe.
Yellow continues to be important this season, offering a happy and warm base to your wardrobe. From buttery yellows to marigolds and mustards, this is an easy way to add a pop color to your look. Traditionally, yellow goes well with other analogous colors like orange and green, but you get bonus points if you pair mellow yellow and rich brown, like in this plaid coat. Opt for a printed silk blouse or satin midi skirt underneath. For accessories, classic staples look new this fall in sunny yellow shades. Yellow transcends seasons, so you can incorporate these pieces into your spring and summer wardrobe too.